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International and Regional Fisheries Agreements and Organisation in the SADC Region Legal Assessment and Review, Working Paper Nr. 49, April 2006. SADC Monitoring Control and Surveillance of Fisheries Activities Programme


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International and Regional Fisheries Agreements and Organisation in the SADC Region Legal Assessment and Review.

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The present report is based in the legal assessment and review of the international and regional agreements and organisations relating to each of the five countries that was undertaken under the supervision of the Regional Legal Coordinator (RLC) by Local Resident Legal Advisers (LRLA) in Angola, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa and Tanzania. The present report was guided by Art. 6º of the SADC Fisheries Protocol, which requires: all State Parties to establish common positions and undertake co-ordinate and complementary action with regard to international fora and international bodies. The report also provides a description of the national process of ratification and adherence to multilateral agreements in each of the five countries and the effects of expressing consent to be bound by international agreements in common law systems and codified civil law systems. The report provides an overview of the main multilateral agreements in force in each of the five countries, in line with Appendix 1 of the SADC Fisheries Protocol, which are compiled in a Table of Relevant Multilateral Agreements. Based in the findings of the comparative analysis it was possible to identify multilateral agreements that are in force in each of the five countries and those that have only been ratified or adhered to by some countries.

Year: 2006

Type: Report

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